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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1873)
W. C. TWEED ALE,
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
TJU, STRIVE rOKEEJ'TUEJlESr
T V dI fltmls In my ntul nil at th- Inw
tsl living nit', (nil and see mr. 34ij5
At orih Brownsville,
KIRK, HUME & CO.,
AHK .STILL SELLIKU
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIXG,
HOO TS, MIOKS, 1IAKDWAKK,
of which they koep on ban! a full stock,
and are able to sell ut luweHt rules, as
usual, tor Cash or Prwlure.
Will also lie ahle to huv and "ell (Jrufns
of nil kinds, or attend to storing or for
wanliiiK it "I their Warehouse in Ilulsey.
Live ns n trial K1KK, HUME & C.
J. W. BAfiDWllf,
Attoriu y ami Counselor at I,aw,
Alfll.U PttAOTWK IS ALL THE Courts
W in Ihe M, ltd and 4Ui Judicial DIs-tri.-ts,
in the Supreme Court of Orewon,
and in the 1'. S. District and Circuit Courts.
okkut, -In I'urrlsh brlolc, (nn stairs), In
.,'li.e occupied by the lute N. H. Cmtior,
First street. Albany, Oregon. to'.rvi
3, it, m i r ti rri-. N- DOM
MITCHELL & DOLPII,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
LJOUCITORS IX CIIANCKl! V AND 1M!0( -
i tors In admiralty. Oillce over the old
liost omec, Front street, Portland, Oregon,
J. ('. POWKLL. b tUXK.
POWELL & FLIKK,
Attorneys ni Counselors at Law,
And Solicitors is chaxckuy il.
Kiinn notary public), Albany, Oregbn.
VlltH'tlonsand conveyances promptly at
tended to. J
W. O. JONES, ML .,
lCvt . ,
J, LIN.SKY IIII.L.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
OFFICE -SOl Tn SIDE F1B8T STREET,
uivstairs. in J. M. lU'iicir.s store-house.
t7w. iiakkis, m. .,
Phj-Mlcian and Surgeon,
OFFICE UVEB TCRHELL'S bTOBE,
Fiivt street. Kesldenei- Third-st..
one door west of Methodist church. 37-4
a:o. w. ubav, N.,
IKIES ALL WOKE IK THE
line of his protession nunc
Isilcil, It t aivt nuat approv
Anaesthetic nsents nseil tor
the pain a'sseMrnei ion ofteeili.it desired.
Piirtlriilar uncmion kivuii "
latum of Children's icein.
IH'iilaleonsultutions and examinations
irk Charges moderate. Satisfaction
Xiiunintecd in evety ease. Callal hlsnltlce
and examine specimens of his workman-
''(iFKH'E -In ParrisU Brick Block, up
LEITFX & MILKS'
And Wcnernl Mill Machinery.
J. K. BACKKN8T0, Agent,
SlvJ Alliany, Oregon.
. s. m IV. is.
IV. II. MVl M.OCM.
X. g, DV BOIS & CO.,
H AVE UN HAND AND CONSTANTLY
receiving n large stock of
Urvccrli'N and Provision.
Wood ii'i I willow ware, tobacco, ( igiirs,
eonfecttonerv, Yankee notions, etc., etc.,
wholesale and retail, a' lowest rates.
Opposite it. 0. inn A Hon' drug store,
ALBA W BOOK STOKE.
Kntiibllsucri In l.r.
Si. A. Ereelund,
I vKALEK IN EVKBY VARIETY OF
1 miscellaneous books, school books,
blank liiHiks, stationery. Hooks imported
tn order nt snort notice.
Albany, Dec. 3, 1870.
The Even I The Kara!
KB. T. L. (.OLDEN,
Oculist mid turlst, Albany, Oregon.
I v(i. HOLI ES is A
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, i iiiimi,uiiiu mi iin, ,.i
S. C Co 'en. fV
, lias bud . i
, . metier In treat lint mnas'
Una .1 Ui'O-il'-i f n
Udl the eye and ear are snbi.vt. mid
eo'illdent 01 iiyum wi .......
,-are. Vr" w
Mamifaetnrer of an 1 dealer In
A Uool Article tor n mlr Prlee.
Particular attention -laid to BBr.UXIBO,
UANi: PACTUKEIl AND ADJIVTED
111 esix-cially for the Paetttc Coast by the
NATIONAL ELGIN WATGH CO.
of Elgin, Illinois, vte:
; WATCH, and we most confidently roo
' omtnend them to the pnblic,as jiossessing
more jrood qualil ics for the price tlinn any
! other Watch in the market.
We also Keep all other brands of Elgin,
Mint Hani ana Swiss Wulclies, Clocks. Jew
elry, Silver and Plated Ware,
Diamond Spet -ta -les,
all of which we oflfer at the lowest Hissililo
Ti n'S HRO.S.,
A i.liA:, "i . On.
glrltcpiiiring a specialty, and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Uv5
IS A FIRST CLASS
I Will lie sent to any address, until January
1st, i4, tor
WELLS DBUKY. Publisher.
W. H. PARKER.
OK JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, HAS
illHcovered a remedy, composed of the
: Extract from Mountain Balm, w hich grow s
i iif Jackson County, and other Vegetable
ingredients, which ha- enabled him to
furnish tbeulHieted with a purely vege
table a perfectly harmless, and yet the
MMt Powerful EmiK Remedy
ever discoven'd. It is good for Coughs,
Colds. Croup and Bronchitis, and Is an
Ague Preventive, Blood Puriflcr, In-
vlgorntor and Appetiser,
and Is noted for nil Nervous and Bilious
ails. Many letters might lie adduced to
show what the medicine has done (if nee
essary), but try a bottle, and it will rccom
men'l itself wherever tntroduii'd.
For sale at all Albany Drug Stores, and
nil dealers in intent inedielneo.
Prepared by W. H. l'ARKEK,
luuH Independemi". Oregon.
Tin' standard remedy for ConffhH In
Hueiisa. Hif Thnal, Whnrmtng Cugh,
Cmup, fi'T (ymiiila'nt. irMichiti.y.BI'(lin
at th Luntp. and every affection of the
Throat. Lungs and Chesl, including Con
si Ml'TIl N.
WiMtnr's It hi, iin of YYild Cherry
d('s not dry up n Cough, butlooaensi.,
cleanses the' lnngs.and allays Irrlinilon,
tlins rrw:Viiin We'cviiM'of t be eoni'lilin t.
None genuine unless signed I. Ki TTM.
I'repiircd by BOTH W. FOWLK Sons. Ilos
ton. .Sold iy Uruinoton. MoHTKTTKn A
Co.. Pan Francisco, and bv dealers gen
Friiil Tree, rite VIiicm, Acc.
TUK I NDEIISKiSED INVITES THE
attention ofthepibllc 10 blslurgeand
(II ERR Y
and o' her TREES.
Also. ORAI'E VI 88- )km: in the State;
Ornamental Tree, Shrubs, Plants. Cur
rants, (ioosvbcrrh s. Slrawlierrten, Roses,
I ablins and Rullw which w ill la; sold us
low as Hrst'las siock can lie afforded.
N'o.iVltlvt J. A. Ml Id. A 111).
ftiT Subscriliers Andlng nil X after their
expires with that number.andthcyure in
vited to renew II. Terms -$8 per annum,
in advance; six months, f2; three months,
PAiriC COAST SFWS.
A man in this State is said to re -
move warts by simply Kissingliis hand
over them. Some men are handy at
taking off other things too.
While on a hunt, the other day, a
Sacramento man took off his trousers 1
to wade in after a bird which had, fal- j
in the water. ' As he waded out with '
the bird, he saw bis faithful dog run- i
ning away with his pants. Without
them, lie "handy"' walked into town. '
Down at Petahima Cal.. the hea.se
has been furnishet with new plumes,
and now the people are waiting anx -
iously for some one to die, so they can
see liow those plumes look.
A Virginia, Nev.. wife gave ,1Pr
good-looking servant a holiday. Hear
ing her husband come into the kitchen,
she slipped down, put her hand over
his eyes and kissed him. He kissed
back with a vim she had not witnessed
in him for years and said, "Marv. darl-
ing. where is your mistress ?" She
dropped those hands and gave a war
whoop and he departed In haste. Close-
lv followed by a poker. He savs that
such deceptions on her part will, if
continual, destroy the mutual confi
dence that should exist between mar
The late protracted meeting at La
Grande resulted in 44 accessions to the
The cayotes in Indian Valley. Union
county, are quite numerous, and are
destroying sheep, young calves and
Smie 25 or 30 sheep have been killed
in Powell's Valley recently by cayotes
The IMlftin thinks the flying of
geese southerly is a sure sign of weath
er of some sort. Quitely.
Binghamton, N. Y., is represental
in Portland by eighteen young men,
says the Bulletin.
Tlic Walla Walla Statesman of the
sth inst. has the following account of
a very sad accident at thut place : "On
Thursday of last week Sister Celestine
of the Catholic Convent, who was un
der medical treatment, took by mistake
a dose of corrosive subljmate. All
that medical science coula do for her
relief was brought into requisition, but
after lingering in great agony down to
Wednesday night, death put a period
to her suffering. At the request of the
Lady Superior of the Convent, Coroner
Thibodoheld an inquest on the re
mains. After hearing all the facts in
the case, the jury returned a verdict of
death from accidental poisoning."
Deceased tfas aged about 24 years. .
Walla Walla two more times burg
larized. A theme inflriuly old.
Three chimney flues burning out In
one night at Walla Walla kept the
firemen "a goin'."
The Cowlitz river is alive with smelt
the fish kind. Ten or fifteen minutes
with a net will fill a barrel with them.
A bar-room at Olympia was robbal
of $100 worth of clothing and money
the other day. AVater dllntions can
soon make that up.
No action has as yet been taken in
Congress to annex Walla Walla coun
ty to Oregon. Those who favor it are
active and vigilant.
A newspaper job office at Salt Lake
City i threatened with a suit for pub
lishing obscene literature, having print
ed to order a fWimphlet from some of
the sermons of Brigham Voting- The
language of the prophet is incredibly
Burglars, thieves and gnrrofcrs are
unusually numerous at Salt Ltke.
At Nevada Creek. Montana, an old
feud caused James Mcllarrlsoii to kill
John Qullin on the 10th.
The heaviest snow storm of the
season occurred at Salt Lake o,i the
A collision oeeuriTd thirteen miles
east of Elko. Nevada, on the 12th. be
tween a passenger and freight train,
causing, the wounding of three em
ployes and the slight bruising of some
A telegram from Jacksonville ay-a
miner named Samuel Hewitt wa killed
bv the bank caviim on him while at
work in his claim on root s creea. ;
A brilliant surprise rty visited '
Governoi Gmver's house in honor of
himseinind ladv on the 1Mb (
The late rains started the tributaries '
of the Tualatin ou a swell. j
La Grande Is to have a Hook ami j
Ladder Company v 1
East of the mountains rabbits are
playing hob with fruit tree?.
La Grande has neither oysters nor
Yamhill county farmers are forming
ah association which they call the
"Oregon Farmers' League."
Since thelstof January $750,940 95
have been collected for Customs duties
at the San Francisco jiort.
1 San Francisco has enough carbolized
' hose to last for live or Six years.
; Captain Gorman has been appointed
Postmaster at Walla Walla.
Mutton sheep are selling from 4 50
to $5 00 at the Dalles.
The Dulles Mmmtaineur says that
during tla1 paxi five or six weeks no
less than live children have dial there.
The establishment of an iron found-
j 4,!! '
j Tlle ,Jacksoilvile Tinm ,t ig
, mmmA m
. , a ., . ,.. , .,. .
chftrley' bam-tolver" thJah htet'le or
hack Nasty Jim will l;e appointed on
I Hi,. I'liji-i. t 'Ainmiaalnt, 1,, ,,w.i,i,i.i flu.
whites to lieing scalped ml Uhttum.
J. L. Parrish. of Salem, in it note
in the Statesmen, says that for the last
ten years he has been damaged from
$50 to $500 annually, by worthless
i dogs killing his sheep, two valuable
I Cotswold lambs having been killed
wt,ek, nt, .vs he has instructed
his hired man to shoot every dog he
finds upon the premises, and should
he tail, will take the field himself, with
double-barreled gun in hand. He
warns all to Iwk out for their dogs.
County officers now occupy the new
Court House at Ilillsboro.
Noses were broken and eves darken
ed in a rough and tumble fight at Ivola
the other day.
Over three hundred Indian warriors
"have been killed in Arizona since Gen.
Crook commenced the campaign. The
Indians are thoroughly frightenal and
beginning to beg for peace.
We hear that it Is now proposed to
start four papers in Washington coun
ty ; one at Forest Grove to do the city
printing ; one at Cornelius and one at
Hillshoro ; while the Democracy pro
pose to have the fourth one somewhere
in the "forks of the creek." to advo
cate the "time-honored principles."' It
is to be a game of "four-cornered cat."
The East Portland Band have added
a piccalo and two clarionets to their
instruments. The band now numbers
The Bulletin says there seems to be
but little doubt about the commence
ment of work on the Willamette bridge,
next Monday in good faith, at that
place, and that it will go on until fin
ished. On Sunday before last a young man
at Eugene was engaged in cleaning out
a loadal pistol. The wound he re
ceived in his hand by its accidental
discharge induced him to "rest" from
that kind of lalwir.
The Etijrene Journal says three per
sons were baptized in the mill-race last
Sunday (Feb. 9th, ) by Rev. Richardson.
Grouse have made their appearance
in the hills near Eugene City, says the
The State Convention of Woman
Suffragists met at Port land last Friday,
and were to continue their meeting
A Virginia City (Nevada) paper says
that si member of the police force of
that city has gone to Portland. Oregon,
to institute suit for the recovery of
about one-halt of the town, which he
claims under some old title acquired a
quarter of a century ago.
The contractor has broken ground
for the erection of the new M. E.
Church South, at Salem.
The Statfuman says: "Wonders
will never cense. Now thieves have
broken through and stolen from our
sanctum. It may swm incredible that
there should lie anything to steal in
such a place ; but it n happened Tues
day night. It may never Inppen
again ; we fear it won't. If the young
hoodlum will tiring hack the articles
he took away, we will thank him and
say nothing, or will lick him like thun
der we have not yet fully decided
which. Two days grace given."'
The Jfopoiier gays : 'Eighty cases
of measles wen- reportal at Dayton at
last account. Everybody had it ex
cept Chris. Taylor, and be sends us
wiml. that although out and around
now, he expects every day to be con-
ttneu witn tne pesKv filing.
a few days ago a little child of Mr.
.. u. Falkner, of Sheridan, while
m,vg around a tub of lye. fell head
(hremost into the tub and was
A ball and four fights at Kotaon the
There are 9,000 sheep on San Juan
A boy about twelve years of age
was found helplessly drunk on the
streets of Portland tlie other day.
A miller at Stcilaeoom does up his
flour in paper sacks.
The work of rebuilding the Oregon
City Woolen Mills began this week.
Young men In Eugene City are
seeking to get '"maited" by playing
Professional gamblers have recently
made a run on Corvallls. The Gtvtettt
says a few nights ago a farmer was
literally robbed, by some gambling
device, of his farm team, valued at
$300. The tlazette complains oftlie
town officials for conniving at such un
The alumni of Corvallis College
have elected the following officers:
President, H. M. Finley ; Vice-President,
J. B. Eglin ; Rec. Sec., W. R.
Privett ; Cor. Sec, Mrs. Alice E. More
laud. At the close ot the present col
legiate year, the first regular meeting
will be held, at which time R. JL
Veatch will deliver an address, and
Mrs. Moreland will read an essay.
The uniforms of the San Francisco
police cost about $70 each.
The Gilroy (Cal.) Advocate has for
Its motto. "To tear God, tell the truth
and make money." An exchange
says, "Ten to one It don't do either."
The Statesman of last Friday says.
Dr. O. P. S. Plummer is engaged this
week in delivering a course of lectures
before the Malical class in the Willam
ette University, treating of Hygiene.
Willamette University lias eighteen,
The name of Arizona City Is to be
changed to Yuma.
The Mayor of Denver is going to
cancel the licenses of saloons that al
The Indian Agents In charge of
Camp Grant and the Cachise Indians
rejiort that the operations of General
Crook are having a good influence on
the Apaches in their charge.
The wounded at Fort Klamath hos
pital are being carefully attended by
Dr. Skinner, the military surgeon from
Vancouver, who is considered one of
the most competent medical men in
It is snggested by a Southern Oregon
paper that il the Modoc Peace Com
missioners cannot make peace with
Captain Jack thev can make a "piece"
by seizing that $900 which the Captain
is said to have in a Yreka bank.
The census taken by the County As
sessor last year shows tlie population
of the Territory of Arizona to be 10.
743. This is nn increase from 1S70 to
1873 of 1,085.
Grant countv now makes all the
flour she needs for home consumption.
It sells at the mill at $4 per 100 pounds.
Beef is worth 5 to 0 cents per iound
on foot; barley and oats, ljUj; and
wheat 2 Cents. All kinds of home
produce is abundant.
A gang of thieves who have been
troubling Seattle tor some time, have
been captured anil part at tlie stolen
Some rich gold bearing quart, has
been discovered on the western coast
of tjneeu Charlotte's Island. IL C.
Foreigners and ftmnea sole, who pay
rates in British Columbia, can now
vote at municipal elections.
At Seattle, on the Kith, James Scott
a student at the Territorial University,
was tinnid dead in his bed. is suppos
ed to have died in a til.
Diptheria is What's the matter at the
Lewiston. l. T.. his cose of epi
zootic. Ou Thursday evening of last week,
as a laborer from the south side of the
river was passing tlie. streets ot Van
couver, two men threw a blanket over
hi head and relieved him of about
thirtyflye dollars. The highwaymen
were not recognizal.
Brigliam Young says tliat polygamy
will live a thousand years In spite of
UucleSam. We think Brigliam has
blowed and blustered aliout. long
enough. It Is about lime for- him t"
Lewiston. I. T ha haO a- m-Hd win
ter on an average, ami' stock of all
kinds are in a splendid' condition.
The Legal Tender mine in Montana
N ihniiglit.tivhe.th richest on the con
tinent. At depth ef 161 feet a vein
ot solhUra ten inches in width mi
struck, the averugo assay per ton of 2.
000 powkfr of which is $2,800 in silver.
Fancy samples gave $17,300. The
Crevke matter Is 2 inches wide.